CMOS / SCMO *Awards
presented at the 47th CMOS
CMOS Fellow Announced / Nouveau Membre émérite
Charles Thomas (Tom) McElroy for his contributions to ozone measurements and monitoring both in Canada and globally and for his contributions to the community through leadership in CMOS and in national and international organizations.
President's Prize / Prix du président
Richard Pawlowicz of the University of British Columbia for his outstanding contribution in developing the new seawater standard TEOS-10. His novel contributions provide greater accuracy in estimating the physical properties of seawater. The groundbreaking publication was: Pawlowicz, Wright and Millero (2011), The effects of biogeochemical processes on ocean conductivity/salinity/density relationships and characterization of real seawater, Ocean Sci. 7, 363-387.
J.P. Tully Medal in Oceanography
Médaille de J.P. Tully en océanographie
Howard Freeland of the Institute of Ocean Sciences for his outstanding research and leadership in the international and Canadian implementation of, and use of observations from, project Argo.
Andrew Thomson Prize in Applied Meteorology
Prix du Andrew Thomson en météorologie appliquée
not awarded for 2012
François J. Saucier Prize in Applied Oceanography
Prix en océanographie appliquée François J. Saucier
Allen of the University of British Columbia for her
of fluid dynamics to better understand biological and chemical
processes in the ocean and, in particular, for her recent
groundbreaking work in developing a robust method for forecasting
spring blooms in the Strait of Georgia.
Rube Hornstein Medal In Operational Meteorology
Médaille de Rube Hornstein en météorologie opérationnelle
Mike Howe of Environment Canada for his leadership in the Air Quality prediction program. He is a “true leader and enabler” that influenced so many.
La médaille Neil J. Campbell pour service bénévole exceptionnel
Roger Daley Postdoctoral Publication Award
Le Prix Roger Daley de publication post-doctorale
Cristen Adams for the GRL article Severe 2011 ozone depletion assessed with 11 years of ozone, NO2, and OCIO measurements at 80° N (Doi:10.102912011GOL050). Cristen was the lead author and driving force behind this exceptional research in the understanding of ozone depletion events.
Tertia M.C. Hughes Memorial Graduate Student Prize
Prix commémoratif Tertia M.C. Hughes
Marie-Ève Gagné, University of Toronto, for her excellent thesis entitled Understanding oxygen photochemistry in CO2-dominated planetary atmospheres.
Clark Richards, Dalhousie University, for his excellent thesis entitled Energetics of shoaling internal waves and turbulence in the St. Lawrence Estuary.
pour contribution d'une façon exceptionnelle à éveiller l'intérêt du public au Canada en météorologie ou océanographie durant l'année précédente
Elizabeth May in recognition of her leadership, contributions and impact on important environmental issues. As an activist, lawyer and writer, she has been effective in providing environmental policy advice and raising public awareness about protection of the ozone layer and climate change issues.
Part Two - Scholarships / Bourses d'études(CMOS Scholarships and Scholarship Supplements are awarded for the academic year following the congress.)
The CMOS - Weather Research House NSERC Scholarship Supplement in Atmospheric or Ocean Sciences
Le supplément SCMO - Weather Research House CRSNG aux bourses d'études supérieures en sciences de l'atmosphère ou des océans
The CMOS - CNC/SCOR NSERC Scholarship Supplement in Ocean Sciences
Supplément SCMO - CNC/SCOR CRSNG aux bourses d'études supérieures en sciences océanique
Year One / première année
Jesse McNichol (MIT-WoodsHole Institute) for his PhD studies: Quantifying Energy Metabolism and Associating Function with Taxonomy for Chemolithoautotrophic Microbial Communities at Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vents.
Year Two / deuxième année
Cara Manning (MIT-Woods Hole Institute) for her PhD stuides: Study biological productivity and air-sea gas exchange as controls on CO2 fluxes during sea ice retreat (in the Bras d'Or lakes of N.S. and Canada's Arctic).
La bourse SCMO - Météomédia / The Weather Network
Émilie Benoit (UBC) for academic excellence.
The CMOS - Daniel G. Wright Undergraduate Scholarship
La bourse d'études du premier cycle Daniel G. Wright
not awarded for 2012
Undergraduate Scholarships / Bourses d'études de premier cycle
Part Three - Poster Prizes / Prix affiches
Campbell Scientific Best Student Poster Prize in Meteorology
Katarzyna Tokarska (Simon Fraser University) for her poster paper: The role of net-negative CO2 emission scenarios in stabilizing Earth’s climate.
Sciences Best Student Poster Prize in Oceanography
Jan-Erik Tesdal (University of Victoria) for his poster paper: The spatial and temporal distribution of oceanic dimethylsulfide and its effects on marine aerosols.
CMOS Best Poster Prize / Prix SCMO de la meilleure affiche
Zilefac Elvis Asong (University of Saskatchewan) for his poster paper: Regionalization of Canadian Prairies using precipitation sensitive large-scale atmospheric covariates.
Part Four - Non CMOS Awards / Honneurs pas SCMO
DFO Timothy R. Parsons Medal (2013) / MPO La médaille Timothy R. Parsons (2013)
Link to DFO Information / lien aux information MPO
MSC Patterson Medal (2012) / SMC La medaille Patterson (2012)
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